Powerlines

Drone based aerial inspections of overhead power lines

 

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"Flying overhead power lines with the help of drones."

Safe and sustainable maintenance and inspection using drones and FlyNex for less expenses, more cost transparency, safety and better documentation.

Reduce effort and costs with innovative drone technology

A company regularly inspects transmission towers for damage and traditionally uses industrial climbers or even helicopters.
The use of drones enables the company to at least double the number of masts inspected per day and increase the safety of its employees many times over.

The use of a drone increases the number of masts inspected by 133% per working day.

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Overview of the performance of climbers vs. drone viewed on the basis of a working day (8 hours).

Massive time savings through the use of trend-setting drone technology and software

Digitization processes not only make projects more efficient, but also allow them to be transferred live into the system and to be evaluated. Ad hoc assignments in particular result in significant time advantages in data analysis and in the coordination of distributed teams.

Customers, project partners, suppliers, decision-makers and others can be involved more effectively. Decision and negotiation processes are significantly strengthened.

Time to inspect a mast

Visualization of: Massive time savings through the use of trend-setting drone technology and software

The use of a drone reduces the inspection time per mast by around 60%.

Cost per inspected mast

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Number of masts inspected per day

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